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to expect all the children in my life to know how to asnwer a question

(6 Posts)
InterruptingKid Wed 11-Nov-09 17:57:12

in a frigigng FULL SENTENCE
ds1s chemistry answer" no because the ammonium bla babla"

"no what?"
say i
what is the question
is answering in full sentences out of fashion

<carrie bradshaw pencil suck>

KurriKurri Wed 11-Nov-09 18:27:55

You're lucky he put a reason, my DS when he was at school would have just answered 'no'

famishedass Wed 11-Nov-09 18:32:00

YANBU - If he's old enough to learn about ammonia, he's old enough to answer the question properly. Let him get marked down for it instead of correcting it for him. He'll learn quicker if punished mwah ha ha grin

InterruptingKid Wed 11-Nov-09 18:38:46

no he wont
he will just get disaffected.

sheesh kids

RubysReturn Wed 11-Nov-09 18:40:10

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BertieBotts Wed 11-Nov-09 19:29:43

On some exam papers though you don't have to answer in full sentences any more as it saves time. I think my Science GCSE was like this and I only took them in 2004. There is not even space on the paper to write a full answer, because you are not expected to.

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